Brookside Energy Ltd appoints leading service company for Rangers Well completion operations

Cudd Energy Services (CES) will supply and operate the equipment and personnel required to complete the Rangers Shaft under the supervision of the Black Mesa team.

Brookside Energy Ltd (ASX:BRK) has appointed premier services company Cudd Energy Services (CES) to carry out completion operations for the high-impact Rangers 36-25 SXH 1 well in the world-class Anadarko Basin of Oklahoma.

The company’s US subsidiary and operations manager, Black Mesa Energy, LLC, has signed a master services agreement with CES, a leading North American oilfield services company based in Texas.

Completion contract

This contract is for the supply and operation of equipment and personnel for the completion of the Ranger Well under the supervision of the Black Mesa team.

Completion equipment and personnel are expected to be mobilized to site during the first week of March to begin completion operations, with production and sales to follow shortly thereafter.

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Rangers is Brookside’s second well in the SWISH Area of ​​Interest (AOI) in the Anadarko Basin following Jewell 13-12-1S-3W SXH1 with the start of construction work on a multi-well rig all time for the third well at the Flames Drilling Spacing Unit (DSU).

SWISH AOI Experience

CES has recent experience in conducting completion operations in the SWISH area for Citation Oil and Gas

Corporation, one of the largest private oil and gas companies in the United States and owner of a 10.2% working interest (WI) in the Rangers DSU.

Since its inception, CES has been active in the SCOOP and Merge areas of the Anadarko Basin, boosting wells for some of the largest listed oil and gas companies in the United States, including Continental Resources Inc. (market capitalization of $19 billion). dollars), which owns a 5.3% WI in the Rangers DSU and EOG Resources Inc (NYSE: EOG). (market cap of US$59 billion).

About CES

CES, founded in 1977 in Oklahoma, is an integrated oil and gas services company and a leading provider of innovative technologies in completion applications, and is one of several oil services companies owned by RPC Inc. (capitalization market share of US$1.2 billion).

RPC provides a wide range of specialized oilfield services and equipment primarily to large independent oil and gas companies engaged in the exploration, production and development of oil and gas properties throughout the United States, including the Southwest, Mid-Continent, Gulf of Mexico, Rocky Mountain and Appalachian Regions, and select international markets.

Veronica J. Snell